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Man ‘kicked in the head’ in violent Tunbridge Wells assault

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Original article from Kent Live

A man in his 20s has been seriously injured after reportedly being kicked in the head in Tunbridge Wells.

Kent Police say the incident happened in the early hours of Sunday, August 22 in Mount Pleasant Road.

The victim suffered serious facial injuries and was taken to hospital for treatment.

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CCTV images have now been released as police look for more information on the incident.

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The victim is said to have fallen to the floor before he was violently assaulted by one of the group.

An image of four men police want to speak to has now been released.

The full statement from Kent Police said: "It is reported that at around 1.20am the man had been walking with a group of friends in Mount Pleasant Road, when there was an altercation with another group of people.

Mount Pleasant Road in Tunbridge Wells

"The victim, aged in his 20s, is said to have fallen to the floor and was then violently assaulted by one of the other group. He was taken to hospital with multiple injuries."

"An image of four men has now been issued, who officers believe may have important information. Anyone who can assist the investigation is asked to call Kent Police on 01622 604100, quoting reference 46/155905/21.

"You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111 or by using the online form on their website.

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